Oscar de la Renta S/S 2020 New York

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    I wish there were more day wear separates but I actually think this is one of theirs best showings where they were actually able to capture some of the spirt.

    I think the color palette and use of prints is more in line with the brand. Before it seemed like they were trying way too hard to court a younger customer.

    Very nice collection from them.
     
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    Oscar De La Renta is more Jet Set than Valentino. Great, sexy, nicely balanced. And I love how messy the line-up is. When Mr De La Renta was at the helm, you could see a caftan and next a New Look dress and right after a Chanel inspired suit. They did it exactly like that...
     
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    I like Laura and Fernando, but they're not adept at evening wear at all. The entire evening segment is a cop-out. As for the day looks, some are too cluttered. I expect it's the prints and cuts? Huge miss for me.
     
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    I don't love it for Oscar de la Renta, it doesn't feel luxe enough -- watching it I felt like this is the kind of show Ralph Lauren should be showing by now. Unfortunately Ralph is stuck in 1980.
     
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    It’s ok. The closer they stick to the classic Oscar look the better. When they try to push their cosmopolitan, jet set, cool girl, everything-is-asymmetrical Monse thing is when it veers off
     
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